Social media is going crazy over the news about Prince Harry being engaged to actress Meghan Markle. It seems many black women and some black men are excited that he is marrying a biracial woman. They say this is a big sign of progress for black people. This is really sad to see this type of mentality is so pervasive. First things first. Markle is biracial and not a black woman. She doesn’t even have any noticeable black features. She looks like she could pass for Puerto Rican of Italian. And she even says that she is a biracial woman. But this is NOT black progress. The British royal family got most of their riches from slavery. Their wealth comes from the murder and enslavement of African people. Marrying into this racist parasitic family is not a sign of black empowerment.
Also check out this video(above). I’m not sure if many of you are aware of the fact that Prince William wants to depopulate Africa. Apparently he believes that that are too many Africans and they’re destroying the ecosystem. So he says. So Africans are to blame for the environment. It’s not the powerful European Jews/Europeans that are putting chemtrails in the air. It’s not all the toxic garbage they allow to be dumped in the ocean and kills the aquatic life. It’s not all the processed meat,GMO foods and deadly vaccines that are spreading pain and misery. So it’s the Africans?? Give me a damn break! This is just a power move to confuse black people. Prince Harry getting engaged to this half-black woman is just a way to make the masses of black people think the royals are our friends. To make us think they care about the plight of our people.
So I hope my subscribers aren’t falling for this. I would assume that most of you are intelligent to know that this is nothing to celebrate. Miss Meghan Mulatto marrying this racist family is not helping the African diaspora. She’s just some biracial gold digging woman who saw an opportunity to marry into a wealthy family.
Donald Trump crying over some cop who has killed a long time ago and trying to get Cuba who has given her refuge to hand them over so she can be prosecuted is pathetic and cowardly. Especially, since Cops who murder African people in the United States of America are routinely found not guilty and left alone to resume their lives.
What kind of man seeks out to bring arrest a 70-year-old woman but allows a War criminal like George W. Bush to roam around freely when he has led to the death of thousands of people. The life of Assata Shakur is worth far more than any police officer.
Whatever happened to Trump’s promise to arrest Hillary Clinton for her crimes against the United States of America. Or how about arresting war criminal George W. Bush. The fact that George W. Bush one of the greatest war criminals in the history of the world is roaming free in the United States proves the ICC and other White institutions are comical.
Donald Trump call to Cuba to illegal detain free Cuban citizen Assata Shakur show lack of respect for the sovereignty of Cuba and undermines global peace. If anything Assata Shakur should be given a Presidential Medal of Freedom for standing up against one of the most racist institutions in the World the USA legal system.
Article by Amos Magazine
“We must look at the psychopathology of everyday life and must recognize we cannot have it both ways. We cannot talk about a people who have enslaved us,who discriminate against us,who insult us, who do all manner of things against us, and then use them as models of normality.”
And yet these people are held up as normal, are used as the standard against which we measure ourselves as a people,and are used as models for us to determine the way we wish our children to behave.”
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose made one heck of a public statement by showing up to a game wearing a t-shirt with the words, “I can’t breathe” on it before a Saturday game against the Golden State Warriors. The shirt was a tribute to the late Eric Garner, who died at the hands of the New York Police Department.
Of course we know about the protests nation-wide against the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Daniel Pantaleo in Garner’s death. ”I can’t breathe” were Garner’s last words before passing.
Derrick Rose is just one of many athletes to take a stand against police brutality, police terror and the mass incarceration of black men. Millions of black people across America are consistently stopped, searched and questioned by police without probable cause, leading to more police interactions that can result in beatings, arrests and deaths. The same black kid who might end up in handcuffs over a $5 bag of weed would never be bothered if he were a white frat boy on a college campus with LSD in his bookbag. Why? Because police almost never raid college campuses.
Five players from the St. Louis Rams came onto the field with their hands up in protest of the decision of the grand jury in Ferguson not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. This is part of a long string of protests by athletes and entertainers, including Diddy, who recently called upon rappers to use their leadership role to convince black people to do something other than drink, smoke, pop mollies, shoot each other and waste all their money at the club.
Rose is also joined by LeBron James, who made statements this week about the recent incidents. James encouraged other athletes to get involved and speak out about the many social problems being faced by our society, particularly those that impact young black men.
As I watch all of this take place, all I can say is “amen,” and it’s about damn time. I can also say that Rose, LeBron and young black male athletes have become America’s worst nightmare. For decades, the miseducation of black male athletes served the purpose of indoctrinating them into a way of thinking that was simple-minded, myopic, self-absorbed, materialistic and devoid of social consciousness. This deliberate effort to keep our most powerful athletes and entertainers distracted occurred for the same reasons that Joe Louis was told that he would only be given a chance to fight if he ensured that he would never behave like Jack Johnson.
Big, strong, wealthy, famous, influential athletes are an inherent threat to national security and white supremacy. Thus, there are always those who seek to constrain, misdirect, distract and mute these voices at an early age. One example is in the film, “The Express,” where Syracuse star running back Ernie Davis was told by his white coach to avoid getting involved in the civil rights movement and to “do his talking on the field.” All the while, the film portrays the outspoken Jim Brown (who was an even better athlete than Davis) as the “bad negro” because he refused to remain silent about the injustice all around him.
For too many years, we’ve been forced to deal with athletes like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Charles Barkley, who seemed to feel that the life of a privileged, wealthy black athlete was entirely detached from the experience of most black men in America. All for the sake of tap dancing for money, the richest and most powerful athletes in our communities have been misled into believing that being the silent, polite, apolitical negro is the way to be successful. So, while a few of these men were living the dream, millions in their commuity were enduring a nightmare.
Barkley, Jordan and Kobe might be wise to realize that many of the “threatening” black men being beaten, arrested and shot by police are also as physically large as they are. Both Michael Brown and Eric Garner were seen as threats by police, in part, because they were big black men. The only difference is that, rather than being accepted as entertaining athletic specimens, men like Brown and Garner have been defined to be menaces to society.
So, like old horses shot in the pasture, uneducated black males who lose their athletic gifts are often marginalized in the same way as Eric Garner. In fact, Garner was roughly the same size as Barkley himself. Similar to Garner, Barkley once had a very serious altercation with police that could have cost him his life. The only difference between Barkley and Garner on that fateful day is that one of these men was accused of selling loose cigarettes and the other was a millionaire NBA star for the Houston Rockets. Had Barkley been a black man with no athletic ability, he would have likely ended up in a prison cell, hospital bed or a casket.
The reason to rejoice about the presence of brave and intelligent souls like Derrick Rose and LeBron James is that these men, like black athletes of the sixties, fully understand the capacity for black male athletic leadership that goes beyond being able to dribble a basketball in front of a crowd full of white people. I also give Diddy credit for realizing that, unlike his perpetually muted and hyper-materialistic colleague Jay-Z, his purpose isn’t to simply stand in front of a crowd of white folks and call himself a “n*gger in Paris.”
You see, to get the world to respect and appreciate the humanity of the black male, black men themselves must communicate this humanity. It’s hard to explain that you are a complex, sensitive, richly-composed human being who is worthy of dignity when you let some corporation market you as a one-dimensional “thug n*gga” or as some kind of big, black buck who carries a ball. It’s difficult to justify the murder of a human being, but no one feels sympathy for a “thug.”
These athletes, by using their collective voice, are showing that they understand that power should have purpose, and that this purpose should be greater than buying another fancy car, a big house or winning NBA championships. These men are meant to be as intelligent as they are athletic, as righteous as they are entertaining. Their power can be used to lift the same community that made them into who they are today. That’s what great black men do.
We are seeing, what I would argue to be, America’s worst nightmare, but black America’s dream come true. We are witnessing the awakening of the black male athlete and entertainer, who is now finding that he was put on this earth for a purpose greater than entertainment. Now that this power has been unleashed, sit back and watch this country change right before your very eyes. These brothers are doing something special.
Article by Dr. Boyce Watkins
This is a clip from the new film Hidden Colors 3. Tariq Nasheed gives a great break down on how the rules of racism keep changing on us. Black people have been bending over backwards to be accepted by white people. We have done everything possible to be included into the mainstream…….but it never happens. We keep getting denied. I think it’s time to change our way of thinking a bit. The cartoon is somewhat humorous but it still drives home the point very well. I have Hidden Colors 1 and 2 and you should check them both out. I found the to be very educational. Hidden Coors 3 looks to be just as good as the others. I think when it comes to racism,many are still confused. many black people still don’t seem to know how racism operates or the real definition of it. Here are a few definitions that should make it very simple to understand.
White Supremacy — a social, economic, and political system based on the belief that whites are superior to non-whites. (the Foundation).
Racism — the systematic discrimination (the denial of rights and benefits) by whites against non-whites in all areas of human activity: (1) economics, (2) education, (3) entertainment, (4) labor, (5) law, (6) politics, (7) religion, (8) sex, and (9) war. (the Behavior).
Q: Why is it called “Racism/White Supremacy?”
A: Because this describes exactly WHO is practicing racism. For one group to practice racism that group must have MORE POWER than another group. Since whites control ALL the major areas of human activity in America — housing, education, health, entertainment, economics, politics, law, and religion — it is accurate to define all “racism” as “white supremacy.” We must be accurate so the victims of racism do not become confused.
Q: Isn’t all racism the same, regardless of who is practicing it?
A: There is only ONE kind of racism: white supremacy. White people are the only group in America with the POWER to discriminate (deprive or punish other ethnic groups), and the systems and institutions to maintain the imbalance of power.
For example, rich people are more powerful than poor people. Rich people have the POWER to discriminate against poor people by depriving them of income, promotions, jobs, housing, land, justice, and any other rights – if they choose to do so.
In America, whites have the POWER to discriminate against blacks (and other non-whites) by depriving them of income, promotions, jobs, housing, land, justice, and any other rights – if they choose to do so. It doesn’t matter that some whites are poorer than some blacks.
In all things and in all places in America, whites are collectively more powerful than blacks are collectively. This imbalance of (white) power creates the opportunity and the ability to practice racism against non-whites. Racism is not empty rhetoric (words) or mindless emotion. Racism is economic, political, institutional, and systematic POWER. Since whites control all the institutions and systems of power in America, only whites have the power to practice racism.
I got this excerpt from Trojan Pam’s website:http://racismws.com/. Be sure to go check out her blog and buy all of her books. Her books will help you be les confused about the system of racism.